Mathematical Analysis, Modelling, and Applications


Courses of the Academic Year 2021-2022

Lecturer Title Duration Period
Luca Heltai, Gianluigi Rozza Applied Mathematics: an Introduction to Scientific Computing by Numerical Analysis 55 h October - January
Antonio Lerario Real Geometry 60 h October-January
Giovanni Noselli Topics in Continuum Mechanics 60 h October-February
Stefano Bianchini Some topics in measure theory October-January
Stefano Bianchini Introduction to Ergodic theory March-May
Giovanni Stabile Advanced Topics in CFD 20 h June
Andrea Cangiani Advanced FEM Techniques 20 h May-June
Fabio Cavalletti Lorentzian length spaces 30 h March - May
Andrea Cangiani Numerical Solution of PDEs 40 h March-April
Antonio De Simone Advanced topics on the mechanics of active materials and biological systems 40 h April-July
Antonio De Simone Topics on the mathematical modeling of physical and biological systems 48 h December-March
Alberto Maspero Functional analysis 50 h March–June
Giovanni Bellettini Some aspects of mean curvature flow 20 h March-June
Stefano Luzzatto Introduction to Smooth Ergodic Theory 20 h November
Sandro Zagatti Advanced Analysis - A 50 h October - January
Andrea Braides Topics in the Calculus of Variations 60 h November-September
Andrei Agrachev Volterra series, shuffles and permutations 60 h January - April
Andrea Braides Introduction to Multiscale Problems 60 h October-January
Sandro Zagatti Topics in Functional Analysis and Application 60 h March-June
Luca Heltai An introduction to modern tools for collaborative science (best practices in co-developing and co-authoring) 12 h October-November


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